All remaining 2020 in person courses have been cancelled or converted to online delivery. Here’s the calendar of courses remaining. ALL will be presented online.
September 21-November 6: Ethics for the Administrative Law Judge: Web-Based
September 22: Core Skills for Judges Webinar Series
September 23: Faculty Development Webinar Series
Presentation Skills: Using Gestures, Voice, and Visual Aids
September 30: Faculty Development Webinar Series
October 5-16: Civil Mediation: An Online 40-Hour Workshop
October 19-22: Managing Challenging Family Law Cases (JS 634)
October 19-29: Special Court Jurisdiction: Advanced
October 19-29: General Jurisdiction (JS 610)
October 21: Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Who’s the Least Biased of Us All?
November 2-December 18: Ethics and Judging: Reaching Higher Ground (JS 601): Web-Based
November 9-December 11: Taking the Bench: An Interactive, Online Course for New Judges
November 12: Supreme Court Review: Civil and Criminal
December 2: Human Trafficking Act of 2018
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